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M@ttLond.re Nov 22
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Michael Fisher Nov 22
Replying to @MattLondre @Tesla
Hi Matt – I'd love to make use of this in a YouTube video I'm producing about Cybertruck. Would you consent to its inclusion if I were to link back to you? (Also, kicking myself for not asking to see this very feature.)
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M@ttLond.re Nov 22
Replying to @theMrMobile @Tesla
Feel free! Happy to share it.
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Bobby Grasberger Nov 22
what's rear visibility like when the vault closed? camera view persistently displayed in the cab?
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M@ttLond.re Nov 22
Rear view mirror is actually an LCD screen
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Michael Liebow ☁️ Nov 22
Amazing how much cool stuff you can jam into a space once you lose an engine, transmission, drivetrain, and gas tank. Is there a frunk?
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Marius Wiik Nov 22
Yes theres a frunk!
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Andy Nov 22
Replying to @MattLondre @Tesla
I hope it has a lot of cameras in the back it would be really hard to see your car behind you while you're driving side mirror don't cover very much more Cycles are really hard to see without a back window I hope there's a camera that shows the rear while you're driving as well
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🇻🇮 Rishi Nair Nov 22
All Teslas have done this since the Model S. You can have the HD camera on while going in any gear all the time. The fisheye solves any rear view concerns but I still check my blind spots (the cameras also have blind spot warning for all HW2+ cars).
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Jeff Carver Nov 22
Replying to @MattLondre @Tesla
This would have benefited last night’s presentation immensely
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M@ttLond.re Nov 22
Replying to @jeffreylcarver @Tesla
right? I feel like this gives the truck a reason to have such crazy angles. I can't imagine how much stuff you could cram below the cover when its covered up!
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